Self-Improvment

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Hi folks! A while back, I posted an article on how to properly aim when trying to strike the cue ball. I must ask you, has the article work and made you a better player?

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Hi all! In this post, I’ll keep it short and show you a vidoe of the force follow shot that is needed to be learned to be a better player in shooting pool. It is called a force follow shot where the demonstrator goes over the several types of shots after striking the cue ball

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Hi there! This post will be short, and I just thought I’d share to anyone who’s interested in looking up on news about the game of carom to check out the link that you see in the image below: In addition to news, the site has events, tutorials on how to play the game of

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Hello everyone! Welcome back to my site, and in today’s post, I’ll be showing you video on how to make a foosball bank shot. It is in a form of a video, and I hope you are able to benefit from from this. You can see it below, and feel free if it has helped

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Hello! I thank you all for visiting this site and this post. In today’s article, I’ll be going over a 2-piece pool cue that can make your game even more enjoyable if you are that type that likes or is more comfortable with using a this type of pool cue. As opposed to the reviews

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Hello everyone! In this post I’ll go over another version of an angles shot that you can do that is different from my post on Billiards Bank Shots Angles. In that post, the angled shots occur once the object ball strikes or “bumps” off a railing.

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Hi there! In an earlier post called, The Art of Racking, I showed a demonstration and a video to properly show how the rack is being set up. In this post, I would like to say that I have used a set up rack that is very exact to the one you see on the

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Hello there! Do you sometimes have problems controlling the cue ball? Okay, well maybe sometimes might not apply to you. I should probably reword the question. Do you oftentimes have problems controlling the cue ball where you strike it with your cue stick only to find the ball moving about where it completely misses its

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Hi there! In this post, I’ll go share with you the difference between two of the most popular billiards games to play on a traditional pool table: 8-ball and 9-ball. I saw this on Pinterest and it explains the difference between the 2 ways to play each of these kinds of pool variations.

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Hi there! In this post, I would like to add a picture that I found on Pinterest on how to break in pool. This post is a continuation on an article that I created a while back. I just thought that this image was missing in that post, and felt that the image that you